HRD172357 - Test Pilot - Honeywell
The future is what you make it.
When you join Honeywell, you become a member of our global team of thinkers, innovators, dreamers and doers, who make the things that make the future.
That means changing the way we fly, fueling jets in an eco-friendly way, keeping buildings smart and safe, and even making it possible to breathe on Mars.
Working at Honeywell isn’t just about developing cool things. That’s why all our employees enjoy access to dynamic career opportunities across different fields and industries.
Are you ready to help us make the future?
As a Honeywell Test Pilot, you will operate a very diverse fleet of highly technical flight test aircraft including: (TurboJets): B757, G550, F900EX, ERJ170, (Turboprops): BE200, PC-12, (Pistons): BE36, PA46, SR22, (Rotorcraft): AW139.
- Perform Pilot-in-Command (PIC), duties in one or more assigned aircraft and conduct flight test, customer demonstration, and certification flights.
- Maintain currency, proficiency, and technical expertise in multiple aircraft types.
- Participate in the planning, coordination, and scheduling of tests to be performed on assigned test aircraft and coordinate with engineering teams, flight test engineers and aircraft maintenance personnel, to ensure that the aircraft is properly configured, to perform all test objectives.
- Maintain the highest level of safety while developing, leading, and conducting flight test.
- Design and supervise avionics and/or propulsion systems flight test, supervise technical staff, and ensure compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations.
- Evaluate combined aircraft and product technologies, through analysis, inspection, performance measures, and flight characteristics.
- Create, review, and implement strategies and plans, to achieve departmental goals and ensure world-class flight testing and customer support.
- Bachelor's Degree
- Flight Test experience
- FAA Class I Medical Certificate
- Airline Transport Pilot Certificate (fixed-wing and/or rotorcraft)
- 2,500 hours (total time), 1,000 hours (turbine aircraft time), 500 hours PIC (turbine time)
- Multi-Engine Land (AMEL), with appropriate Type Rating(s)
What We Value
- Comprehensive knowledge of flight test techniques and test procedures in a wide range of qualitative and quantitative methods, for the planning, evaluation, and assessment of operational tests for complex test objectives.
- Comprehensive knowledge and demonstrated skill, to operate and maintain qualification in each assigned aircraft.